Audio Joiner

Developer: Exact REAL

Current Version: 3.0

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 6.4 MB - Download


Audio Joiner is a useful audio tool which allows you to join multiple audio files with different formats into a single one,fast and easy,with a high quality results.This app supports a wide range of audio formats both for input and output (including MP3,FLAC,AIFF,M4A,MP2,OGG,AC3,WAV,WMA,AU,MKA,CAF,and other formats.
You may want to join audio files for many reasons.Audio Joiner will be just the right tool for the job.


-Wider variety of audio formats supported,including FLAC,M4A,MP3,MP2,OGG,WAV,WMA,AIF,AU,MMF

-support preview the input audio.

-Support custom audio format,sampling frequency,channel number,quality,bitrate of output audio.

-Simply and very easy to use.

Step by step operation:

-Click "Import directory" to load audio files,then all audio files in this directory will show in left table.

-Select a audio file in left or right table to preview it if the audio format can be supported by QuickTime Player.

-Click "Add" or "Add all" to add selected audio files in left table to right table.Vice versa, Click "Remove" or "Remove all" to remove selected audio files in right table.

-Rearrange the order of audio files in right table by click "Move top","Move up","Move down","Move Bottom".

-Set the audio format,sampling frequency,channel number,bitrate of output audio.

-Click "Create and Start Join" to join multiple audio files in right table on sequence to a single one.

-You can click "Cancel Converting" to stop the current conversion if consuming time is too long.


Release Notes:

Bug fixes
Localization for more language


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.0
Review by LightningRoy

Utterly Worthless - High quality? I spent about an hour last night trying to join three tracks that belong together and even tried using the FLAC files and the result sounded about as good as a vintage transistor radio even when using the highest settings. The preview sounded fine, but the results were horrible. I still don't know why iTunes doesn't offer a join option for already imported songs rather than making me jump through hoops to burn them to a CD and then join them as I re-import. That method still works the best but it is a woeful pain.

Found helpful by 10 out of 10 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 3.0
Review by Ingyman61

Pour Audio after merge - The audio quality after the merge is horrible. Why did I spend $20 and can I get a refund now!

Found helpful by 4 out of 4 people